To educate people and make them understand the domain of Narrative Design, animation can be a more engaging and empowering option. 
This animation uses a cartoonic form for explaining different characters, 'archetypes' attached with the character-specific motion to it. Eg., The motion for 'Dumbledore' is more subtle than that of 'Voldemort'. 
The facial expressions of each character is different, which in turn talks a lot about the character. Eg., The facial expression of Harry is 'surprised' and 'innocent', and that of Quirrel is pitiful. 
The rotating forms behind the character are an attempt to give a magical feel, which relates to the story and also to make the face stand out. Each archetype has been assigned with a suitable colour.
Also, each archetype has been assigned with a suitable background colour.

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